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CHAPTER 3. AERODYNAMIC CONSIDERATIONS

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CHAPTER 4. AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION, STATISTICS, AND CHOICES FOR CONFIGURATION

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CHAPTER 6. CONFIGURING AIRCRAFT

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CHAPTER 7. UNDERCARRIAGE

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CHAPTER 8. AIRCRAFT WEIGHT AND CENTER OF GRAVITY ESTIMATION

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CHAPTER 9. AIRCRAFT DRAG

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CHAPTER 10. AIRCRAFT POWER PLANT AND INTEGRATION

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CHAPTER 11. AIRCRAFT SIZING, ENGINE MATCHING, AND VARIANT DERIVATIVE

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CHAPTER 12. STABILITY CONSIDERATIONS AFFECTING AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION

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CHAPTER 13. AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE

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CHAPTER 14. COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

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[5] Melnik, R. E., Siclari, M. J., Marconi, F., Barber, T., and Verhoff, A. An

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CHAPTER 15. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

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[3] ESDU 02020. An Introduction to Aircraft Noise. [4] Gunston, Bill. The Development of Jet and Turbine Aero Engines. Sparkland

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[5] Niu, Michael C. Y. Airframe Structural Design. Commlit Press, Ltd.; Hong

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[6] Ashby, Michael F. Material Selection in Mechanical Design. Butterworth and

Hinemann; Burlington, MA; 1992.


[7] Jukes Malcolm. Aircraft Display Systems. AIAA; Reston, VA; 2004. [8] Jarrett, D. N. Cockpit Engineering. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.; 2005. [9] Moir, Ian, and Seabridge, Allen. Aircraft Systems. Wiley; 2006. [10] Roskam, Jan. Airplane Design, Vol. 3 and 4. DARcorporation; Lawrence, KS;

2007.
[11] Bingelis, Tony. Engines. EAA; 2000. [12] Janes All the Worlds Aircraft Manual, 20012002. Janes Information Group;

Surrey, UK, and Alexandria, VA.


[13] Fielding, John P. Introduction to Aircraft Design. Cambridge University Press;

1999.
[14] McMasters, John H. Boeing Commercial Aircraft, General Engineering Divi-

sion, Summer Intern Training Program; 1994.


[15] Moir, Ian, and Seabridge, Allen. Civil Avionics Systems. Wiley; Chichester;

2006.
[16] Moir, Ian, and Seabridge, Allen. Military Avionics Systems. Wiley; 2006. [17] Dhenin, G. (ed.). Aviation Medicine: Health and Clinical Aspects. Tri-Med

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[18] Society of U.S. Air Force Flight Surgeons. Flight Surgeons Handbook of Life

Support Equipment; October 1, 1987.


[19] Advanced Concept Ejection Seat ACES II. Report MDC J4576 Revision D;

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CHAPTER 16. AIRCRAFT COST CONSIDERATIONS

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CHAPTER 17. AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING CONSIDERATIONS

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Requirements of Aircraft Based on V2500 Turbofan Nacelle Data to Reduce Operating Cost. Doctoral Thesis. Queens University Belfast; Belfast, UK; 1999. [2] Kundu, A., Curran, R., et al. Cost Consideration in Commercial Aircraft Manufacture. Internet Aviation 2001 Conference. Available at www.rmraviation2001.com. [3] Kundu, A. K., and Curran, R. Design for Customer. ICAS Proceedings; Yokohama; November 2004. [4] Kundu, A., Raghunathan, S., and Curran, R. Cost Modeling as a Holistic Tool in the Multidisciplinary Systems Architecture of Aircraft Design: The Next Step, Design for Customer. 41st AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit; Reno, NV; January 69, 2003. [5] Kundu, A. K., Crosby, S., Curran, R., et al. Aircraft Component Manufacture Case Studies and Operating Cost Reduction Benet. AIAA Conference ATIO; Denver, CO; November 2003. [6] Murman, E., Walton, M., and Rebentisch, E. Challenges in the Better, Faster, Cheaper Era of Aeronautical Design, Engineering and Manufacturing. The Aeronautical Journal; October 2000. [7] Crosby, S. Unpublished document on digital manufacture. Queens University Belfast; Belfast, UK; 2004. [8] Nicolai, L. M. Fundamentals of Aircraft Design. METS, Inc.; San Jose, CA; 1975.